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TnJoeBucks 12th Warrior

Nashville, TN (via Columbus)

Member since 02 April 2014 | Blog

I am a Buckeye legacy - both parents, multiple Aunts and Uncles, 4 first cousins, brother-in-law and sister all attended and (mostly) graduated before I did. I started my OSU career early, as I was born in University Hospital.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching Keith Byars run out of his shoe vs. Illinois.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: All-time: has to be Chris Speilman
  • NFL TEAM: Titans
  • NBA TEAM: Celtics

Recent Activity

Comment 04 Dec 2016

Just had a thought regarding PSU being the B1G East winner. Lets not forget, our Buckeyes TIED for first place in the division, and didn't go to the title game due to tie breakers. OSU was B1G East Co-Champ.

Comment 13 Nov 2016

I think the OP is thinking (as do I) that it isn't necessarily "the four very best teams" getting in, thus the need to expand. My preference would be 6 teams, with 1 & 2 getting a bye, and 3 & 4 hosting the first round. Sound interesting?

 edit: Hadn't read down and seen Sirclovis' post.

Comment 13 Nov 2016

1 Alabama

2 Ohio State

3 Clemson

4 Louisville

5 Ttun

6 Wisconsin

7 Oklahoma

8 Washington

9 Penn State

10 Colorado

Comment 28 Oct 2016

Totally agree that Samuel at WR with both McCall and Weber in the backfield would present problems for a defense.

Not an every down answer, but situationally could work well.

Comment 24 Oct 2016

JT as savior reminds of the defense when Shazier was still here. The other players know​ he will make a play, and don't give 100% effort because of that.

Comment 12 Oct 2016

Think the defense factors in to the scoring. Wisconsin's run game will get stuffed, leading to a need to pass, which results in two pick sixes. Defense ties offense, scoring 14 each. 28 - 10 Buckeyes.

Comment 29 Sep 2016

Since I don't have cable/satellite and therefore no BTN, will be very interested in Louisville v Clemson and Wisky v Ttun. Stanford v Washington would be my third choice. Will certainly be keeping up with the Bucks online.